Summary: After I set up the first one with a dual core 939 4400, it booted and configured the first time no problems. I bought the second one because I had an older 939 motherboard that was failing. Try to find a new 939 motherboard anywhere on the net for under $100 almost impossible. I registered them with ASUS for the 3 year warranty! No down side as far as I am concerned.
Summary: The motherboard is in perfect working condition. Stable and fast. Although the seller did not guarantee the working condition of the board and warned of 'as-is' item it works flawlessly. This board replaced the problematic north bridge fan with heat pipes and it makes world of difference. The previous model of this board from Asus had infamous reputation of north bridge fan dying problem crippliing otherwise fantastic board.
ASUSTeK COMPUTER A8N32-SLI Deluxe AiLife Series MoBo
27 February 2010
Summary: Excellent MoBo for a used board. Works very well with the AMD 4400+ CPU I got of ebay too. Got a new hard drive that came with Windows7 and every one is working together and happy. No issues here with the board at all.
Summary: Great board. Good Service. After going through the hassle of having to replace 2 motherbooards from another company I decided to get a board for my 939 chip. You pay for what you get when buying a cheap board. The ASUS board sofar runs GREAT and have not had issues with running a unstable system or getting blue screens because of things like capacitor leakage.
Summary: This is my first review. This is a good mother board. Its sli with both beiing 16x for a total of 32x. Others its 8x on each pcie when used in sli. Very easy to overclock with included in the BIOS. Very happy with this motherboard.
Summary: I love this motherboard. It looks cool, works great, and was easy for me to install. It has a lot of included extras that basic boards don't have (I won't relist since they are mentioned in product description). You may see a lot of posts regarding higher temps with this board but that hasn't been my experience. I only have a $9 arctic cooler heatsync and fan on my AMD X2 4400+, and a single 120mm super quiet case fan.